Edmonds Marshall McMahon has launched a private prosecution service for individuals and corporate victims of fraud, counterfeiting or corporate crime.
The staff of senior prosecutors has a combined total of 45 years’ criminal justice experience and has launched the service to help victims negotiate the criminal justice system.
The team consists of Andrew Marshall, barrister and, since 2005, standing counsel to the Attorney General. He has led the prosecution of major fraud and regulatory matters for HMRC, HSE and SOCA among others.
Tamlyn Edmonds led a specialist team of prosecutors at the Department of Health and prosecuted the largest international pharmaceutical counterfeiting case ever brought by the department.
Kate McMahon, a solicitor, was a senior SFO lawyer, specialising in headline-making global corruption and bribery cases and complex, large-scale fraud.
Andrew Marshall, co-founder of Edmonds Marshall McMahon, explained the firm practices both new and traditional methods to produce results without reliance on public authorities.
He explained: “Edmonds Marshall McMahon brings together an immensely strong and accessible team to address the needs of companies, investigators and individuals – no matter how complex the issue.
“We can provide clear, early advice about a cause of action, the steps involved and the collection and presentation of evidence. Whether your concern is a one-off or part of an overall legal strategy, we can help.”